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A matter of interpretation : federal courts and the law : an essay

저자: Antonin Scalia; Amy Gutmann; et al
출판사: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©1997.
시리즈: University Center for Human Values series.
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"In exploring the neglected art of statutory interpretation, Antonin Scalia urges that judges resist the temptation to use legislative intention and legislative history. In his view, it is incompatible with democratic government to allow the meaning of a statute to be determined by what the judges think the lawgivers meant rather than by what the legislature actually promulgated. Eschewing the judicial law-making  더 읽기…
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자료 유형: 인터넷 자료
문서 형식: 책, 인터넷 자원
모든 저자 / 참여자: Antonin Scalia; Amy Gutmann; et al
ISBN: 0691026300 9780691026305
OCLC 번호: 35280772
설명: xiii, 159 p. ; 25 cm.
내용: Common-law courts in a civil-law system: the role of United States federal courts in interpreting the constitution and laws / Antonin Scalia --
Comment / Gordon S. Wood --
Comment / Laurence H. Tribe --
Comment / Mary Ann Glendon --
Comment / Ronald Dworkin --
Response / Antonin Scalia.
일련 제목: University Center for Human Values series.
책임: by Antonin Scalia ; with commentary by Amy Gutmann, editor ... [et al.].
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In this essay, Judge Antonin Scalia argues that the common-law mindset, although approriate in its place, is not suitable for statutory and constitutional interpretation. He urges judges to resist  더 읽기…

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